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Project Architect

Stanton Architecture Stanton Architecture Employer:
San Francisco, CA, USLocation:
Tue, Oct 12 '21Posted on:
Full-timeType:

Description:

Stanton Architecture, a thirty-eight-year-old, nationally-acclaimed firm, is looking for an experienced Project Architect to work on a variety of projects including hospitality, mixed-use residential, and commercial buildings.

Candidates are expected to lead or assist in the research, development, production, and delivery of construction documents, should be able to take a strong lead in the development of various project types simultaneously, and be able to express design intent quickly in SketchUp or Revit.  

Advanced Revit and other technical knowledge a plus.

  Qualifications:  

Required Experience: (Applicant must meet these requirements to be considered)

  • Accredited Bachelor or Master of Architecture Degree
  • Minimum 5-7 years of post-graduate experience in an architectural office
  • Actively seeking licensure, if not already licensed to practice in the State of California
  • Advanced knowledge of AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp and Adobe products
  • Experience in the organization, production, and review of design drawing packages, presentation materials, project scheduling, cost analysis research, and construction administration
  • Ability to work with other team members to provide thoughtful design solutions, participate in public agency approvals, code research, specification skills, and knowledge of current construction practices
  • Strong verbal, written, and graphic communication skills for conducting or assisting in client and consultant meetings

We offer competitive salary with benefits.

Our office is looking for another friendly, hard-working, fun person to join our team.


www.stantonarchitecture.com

 

 Resumes must be emailed.

ATTENTION:  Rachel Moore, design@stantonarchitecture.com

No phone calls or faxes please.

(Please send resumes in Word or PDF format)

Local candidates preferred.


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